In May 2013, the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) published a briefing paper on the future of human rights in Britain.
On 23 April 2013, the Ministry of Justice published ‘Reform of Judicial Review: the Government response’ including details of the reforms it will be taking forward.
‘A Review of Human Rights Education in Schools in Scotland’ was published by BEMIS (Black and Ethnic Minority Infrastructure in Scotland) in March 2013.
The first report on trafficking in human beings in Europe, published by the European Commission in March 2013.
The Ministry of Justice held a first stakeholder event in March on the mid-term report in the context of the UK’s Universal Periodic Review.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights produced a video clip in 2013 to illustrate the cooperation between Civil Society and the Agency.
In March 2013, the Scottish Human Rights Commission published an insight paper examining human rights in the future of Scotland.
The Campaign of Young People for Human Rights Online is against the expressions of hate speech online in all its forms, including those that most affect young people, such as forms of cyber-bullying and cyber-hate.
In December 2012, the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief published a report focusing on the need to respect and protect freedom of religion or belief of persons belonging to religious minorities.
In March 2013 the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) published its report: ‘It happens here – Equipping the United Kingdom to fight modern day slavery’.